Access roads to the summit of Gran Canaria are still closed
Both the Cabildo de Gran Canaria and the Guardia Civil have notified that the access roads GC-130, 134 and 135 to the summit remain closed. The Guardia reiterates their recommendations of yesterday, to avoid unnecessary travel and avoid massive parking in the areas with frost.
They also remind that the agglomerations of people are against compliance with health regulations for the prevention of Covid-19, so don’t go out in groups to try and see the snow, and check weather conditions and the state of the affected roads if you do have to go out.
In addition, given the risk of frost or immediate eviction in the event of a sudden change in circumstances or temperatures, the instructions of the agents must be followed as well as the warning signs that are in place.
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